Dear University of Akron School of Law Student Affairs:
Last year, Akron’s School of Law shared information with its students, faculty, and alumni regarding the Ohio Environmental Council’s first annual Ohio Public Interest Environmental Law Conference. On September 13, 2019, the Ohio Environmental Council is hosting the second annual conference offering attorneys 4.5 hours of CLE Credit. The conference’s theme is “Environmental Equity and Justice for All.”
We want to ensure that many Ohio attorneys and law students learn of this opportunity to learn about environmental justice and its legal implications, so we would love to partner with University of Akron School of Law’s student affairs or events team to advertise the Conference to current law students, as well as the Akron School of Law’s alumni across Ohio.
My name is Emily Holmes, and I work in the Government Relations department at the American Kennel Club. We just launched our ‘Companion Animal Law Writing Contest’ (www.writeaboutanimallaw.com) for law students, and I was wondering if it would be possible to help us publicize the contest to your students. This year’s contest focuses on two questions, the first one is state legislature’s animal control and enforcement laws’ bond-for-care provisions, and the second one is on fraudulent claims of emotional support and service animals. Please let me know what further information you need from me. I appreciate your help with this. Have a nice day.
Our next free
Certificate of Qualification for Employment (CQE) clinic is
Saturday, September 14, 2019! We’re very excited to be providing
opportunities for ex-offenders in Summit County to take a step toward gaining
employment and independence!
We are looking for students to
volunteer from approximately 8-12pm on Saturday, September 14, 2019. The clinic will
be held at the Ohio Means Jobs Center, 1040 Tallmadge Ave, Akron, OH
44310. The time you volunteer can be applied toward your graduation
requirement as pro bono limited means hours.
There will be a mandatory
volunteer training on Thursday,
September 12, from 5:00pm-6:30pm for first timers. Location of
the training will be announced next week. The time you are at training will
count towards your pro bono limited means hours as
well. For those who have completed the training once before, you are more than
welcome to attend the training for a refresher. However, you may not count
the training towards your pro bono limited means hours again.